The closeted douchebag known as Arthur Kadyshes wrote a blog about shame, which is an emotion he (like many mentally ill people) knows nothing about. This whole entry screams out that he's reliving his abusive, neglected, shameful family life each day of his life--while displaying every shameful, inappropriate behavior possible (misogyny, racism, douchebaggery) he defends it by claiming he's just being himself.
Basically someone pointed out that he's a failure of our educational system, or society, and a result of poor parenting and lack of culture. Of course, he responded by saying how PROUD he was that he's just being his usual, uneducated, uncultured, abused-childhood-reliving self. So, so, sad. The end grows closer every single day... the way Kadyshes repeats and recycles the same tired garbage and then defends it shows that he actually identifies with his abuser (probably his dad) and keeps reliving the shame... only he doesn't realize that's what he's doing.
The lame, fake fanmail he appends, together with the gay ass quote is just totally predictable and boring. More delusional bullshit from a total psychopath. How fake is that "fan mail"... well, someone sent it to him to fuck with him.... the email is from "Craven Moorehead", a/k/a "C. Moorehead", an obvious reference to Kade's questionable sexuality... Kade's retarded or clueless or both. It's hilarious.
As usual, the actual entry is garbled diarrhea, so good luck reading it... you can almost hear Kade's obvious lisp while you're reading his retarded ramblings. Without further delay, here is the latest from El Lego Wig's lisping mouth:
Being Arthur Kade is an experience of emotions that is like an amazing roller-coaster ride of ups and downs that can make me feel like a god one minute and guilty for my incredible honesty the next, and today I had an experience that made me feel like shit for a couple minutes. I ran into a woman that I had always been friendly with outside of my parent’s hair salon, who I went up to kiss and say hello to, and she pulled away, and said, “You should be ashamed of yourself! I don’t know how you sleep at night with what you write about women, and I don’t want to even say hello to you.”, and I responded, “Ashamed??, I would be ashamed if I ran away from who I was, the changes that I am helping make for young actors, and if I stayed in a career that made me unhappy, and what I am saying about “”Everything”" is what guys say behind the scenes, and I am just putting it on a famous blog for the world to see. I know that there are people who don’t agree with me or see my points, but the fact is that great minds are always debated, and I am proud of what I say and what I think, and how I help people around the world. I don’t hide my face, back down from anyone, and I stand tall in front of any “”Haters”" that try to bring me down, and I wish more people had the courage to be themselves because this world would be a better place”.
I tried to kiss her and hug her again, and she said, “I think you’re point of view is disgusting, and I lost respect for someone I thought was a great guy”, and she walked away and I walked to my car, and this conversation haunted me for the next five minutes while rocking Kade Style to Akon’s “Troublemaker”, and all I could think about was this 60 year old girl lecturing me on what she thought was right, and how certain people think I am an “American Hero”, and as one internal mutual fund wholesaler said last week, “The guys I work with worship you”, and how someone could argue with all of the success I have had, the people’s lives I have changed, and the influence I will have on “The Biz”, and yet all I could see was the disappointment of this person.
I guess this is what makes me so great, that I make people think about their lives (Good or Bad), I give the world “Food for Thought” (I am almost like a Full Time Actor version of Chris Matthews or Bill O’ Reilly), and I show the world that an actor can be himself and still make it to the top, but situations like that make me reflect and remember what it is to “Polarizing, Controversial, Unique, and Original”, and then I took a deep breath and said, “This is MY Journey to make, and if I let every “”Over the Hill and Out Of Touch Person”" that will never understand or connect to what I am doing affect me, then I will lose the essence of the greatness I am creating, and I midas will go sell Mutual funds and make more than 99% of Americans again. Do I sometimes question how far I take “The Journey”, and am I pushing the limit too far? Of course I do, but I remember hearing Jim Brown say “Hardships mold us”, and no one as had it given to him harder and longer than Arthur Kade, and I have used that adversity to become a pioneer in “The Biz” that Brown would be proud of, and in the end she will be at the front of the line clapping my success as a fan and I will blow her a kiss when Little Oscar is in my bed with me.
“There are some things in this world that I won’t be the best at, but being the “”Best”" isn’t one of them”…Arthur Kade…09/01/09
Here is Day 2 of Wedding Crashers practice as I become more comfortable with the lines and Sharon and I break down the rhythm and nuances of the monologue and get me to where I need to be for my workshops in 3 weeks in NYC in front of the top casting agents in NYC, and some comments from the camera still being accidentally on for a few seconds. I also start “Advanced Film Class next week with Mike Lemon.
A great Fan Email today that made me smile:
I wanted to send this letter to you on behalf of a friend of mine, who was too shy to click the send button to you!
Today is a day that I find comes with a bittersweet tinge. I realized that there has been a passing of the proverbial torch. I am sure you know that the last of America’s royalty died recently. Senator Ted Kennedy passed on from terminal brain cancer. As I heard the news, I felt far more shocked than I should have. I was not sure why… but I could feel it deep within my bones. There was something about this moment that was tremendous. And as most moments that make the world stop for a moment, they are filled with both sadness and happiness. I have realized what that happiness is… you Mr. Kade. I realized that it will be YOU who will take the healm of the new American Aristocracy. No longer will people talk of Kennedy, but instead of Kade. I hope you understand what weight these implications carry. I know that you will rise to the occasion and usher in a new era of hope and inspiration for our generation.
Thank you so much Arthur Kade. You are a true gentleman.
Keep up the great work! Kade out!